- Rs 91.50 cut in 19 kg commercial cylinder in Delhi
- Rs 100 cheaper in Kolkata, Rs 92.50 cut in Mumbai
- There was no change in the price of domestic cylinder from July 6
LPG Cylinder Rate: The people suffering from inflation in the country have got a big relief regarding the prices of gas cylinders on the first day of September. The prices of LPG cylinders have been reduced on 1st September. The price of LPG cylinder has been cut drastically by Rs 100. However, this reduction in price has happened only on commercial cylinders. Whereas the 14.2 kg domestic LPG gas cylinder is available at the same old price. There has been no increase in its price. Talking about Delhi, with effect from 1st September, the price of 1 Indane 19 kg commercial cylinder in Delhi has been cut by Rs 91.50. On the other hand, commercial gas cylinder has become cheaper by Rs 100 in Kolkata, Rs 92.50 in Mumbai, Rs 96 in Chennai. The benefit of reduction in the prices of commercial cylinders will be available in almost every major city of the country.
Know where the price of cylinder will be reduced by how much?
From today, the price of 19 kg LPG cylinder in Delhi has gone up to Rs 1885 from 1976.50. At the same time, now the prices in Kolkata have come down to Rs 1995.5, earlier it was Rs 2095. On the other hand, if we talk about the financial capital of the country, Mumbai, the price of cylinder in Mumbai has been reduced to Rs 1844.
Know how the common people get benefit from the low price of commercial cylinder?
Due to the lack of commercial cylinders, kitchens made in hotels, restaurants and large wedding functions are cheap. Because commercial gas cylinders are used in such places. In this way, where consumers directly benefit from domestic gas cylinders. At the same time, if the prices of commercial gas cylinders increase, then the food ordered from hotels becomes expensive. But if the prices are cheap then it also indirectly benefits the common consumers.
There was no change in the price of domestic cylinder from July 6
Talking about the domestic cylinder, there has been no change in its price since July 6. That is, the cylinder will still be available at the same price. Indane cylinder will cost Rs 1053 in Delhi, while it will cost Rs 1079 in Kolkata, 1052 in Mumbai, Rs 1068 in Chennai.
Prices were also reduced on August 1
Gas companies fix the price of the cylinder on every 1st of the month. This is the reason that earlier last month i.e. on 1st August also the prices of gas cylinders were cut. The price of 19 kg cylinder in Delhi was earlier 2012.50 paise, after this reduction the price was reduced to Rs 1976.50.
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